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    Jungkies means a bad thing in indonesia.. jungkies = narcotic/drug abuser..

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    Default Watch this!

    Guys watch this!

    http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_cj00XMzAwNzE0MA==.html

    I wonder what will happen if badminton becomes the most favorite sport among black ppl?

    Quote Originally Posted by samuel882 View Post
    Haha.. KIDO vs MJ .. that's cool. Wonder did he ever played/trained for basketball in INA

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    Gee... that's indeed a bad nickname.

    Quote Originally Posted by taufik-ist View Post
    Jungkies means a bad thing in indonesia.. jungkies = narcotic/drug abuser..

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    minus the "g", jungkies means the same thing outside of Indonesia and the rest of the world.

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    Default Okay, here's my 5 cents on what i saw..

    ..i watched the last match of the day, the MD Finals, which i thought for a moment wasn't going to be broadcasted..thanks to the extended broadcast of a Chinese basketball game..

    From what i saw, both Markis & Hendra were the aggressors and controlled the entire match, except in the 2nd set. And once again, as is always the case in doubles play, whichever pair can control the net play, that pair will most likely win the match.
    On the other hand, Tony and Candra, IMO, seemed a bit tentative and played too defensively; a few times, a bit slow in reaction. Both were making uncharacteristic unforced errors, mostly by hitting the shuttles into the net (smashing or returning shots). They did show some of their fighting spirit and experience in the 2nd set, with Tony controlling the net and both players displaying some nice shuttle placements, off of the serves. But it seemed as if they used up all of their energies and had nothing left for the 3rd set.
    But credits to both Hendra and Markis for creating and making their veteran counterparts play off-balance, and often times forcing Tony & Candra into uncomfortable and defensive positions, which ultimately led to Hendra & Markis pouncing the shuttles away on any weak returns.
    Quote Originally Posted by yannie View Post
    Me too.. I said from now on they must smile, and smile in pics with fans too.. But Hendra said "no!!!!!!!!".. FAINT.
    Yes, indeed!..Both of them can learn from these 2 pros below on how to relax and...........smiiiiiile..
    Last edited by ctjcad; 12-03-2007 at 05:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taufik-ist View Post
    becos kwun made "fake thread" about "the HK Open 2007 MD winners!!" and the content is not talking about MK/HS at all
    Fake thread? You disappoint me! AChan even put a picture in that thread with us MD winners and MD runners up together with the rest of the BC team!!

    Actually, I joked with Tony that we'll check him out to see wether he reaches the standard to join the BC team. We need a full resume from him hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by samuel882 View Post
    Yes.. His smashes is the most powerful we have among the MD field. Previuosly it was Fu Hai Feng. He is top in term of speed, but talk about POWER.. No one can match KIDO at the moment.
    However, i did realised sometimes KIDO smashed wide Maybe he jumped too high and misfiring to the wrong postion . This is one of the key factors for him to improve. Hendra was execellent in net plays, and as the Chinese media suggested, he is becoming an all rounded MD players -- Can play very well in net & at the baseline...
    yeaa..previously I thought it was Hendra who plays on the back court..and sometimes Kido shows some dangerous smash in front of the net too, they've shown good combination and rotation plays so far..CONGRATS TO KIDO/HENDRA..WORTHY World CHamp!!

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    So this was really what you were after, wasn't it?

    I was trying to figure out why you guys were hanging around so close to the court... (and peeping into bags too).

    Poor Kido and Setiawan...
    ...they did the playing and someone else grabbed the money

    PS: But for Cheung's black shoes, this pic would be entirely believable, say, ten years from now

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    ok here u go....the real md champion....Kido/Setiawan
    I like your pic. I think you were good friend of them as I noticed Hendra reminded Kido to face a photographer and just smile for that pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AChan View Post
    I like your pic. I think you were good friend of them as I noticed Hendra reminded Kido to face a photographer and just smile for that pic.
    I'm sure you must have noticed it too...
    Hendra was all teary-eyed on the victory stand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post

    I was trying to figure out why you guys were hanging around so close to the court... (and peeping into bags too).

    Poor Kido and Setiawan...
    ...they did the playing and someone else grabbed the money

    PS: But for Cheung's black shoes, this pic would be entirely believable, say, ten years from now
    What do you mean? We were so fast after the match, we managed to wash and get back into civilian clothes. That's why we look so cool, calm and collected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AChan View Post
    I like your pic. I think you were good friend of them as I noticed Hendra reminded Kido to face a photographer and just smile for that pic.
    This pic is taken from the Chinese website: SINA..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post

    So this was really what you were after, wasn't it?

    I was trying to figure out why you guys were hanging around so close to the court... (and peeping into bags too).

    Poor Kido and Setiawan...
    ...they did the playing and someone else grabbed the money

    PS: But for Cheung's black shoes, this pic would be entirely believable, say, ten years from now
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    What do you mean? We were so fast after the match, we managed to wash and get back into civilian clothes. That's why we look so cool, calm and collected.
    The feel of all that $$$ is the real reason why you look so cool, calm and collected
    kwun even has his famous, cannot-pry-loose 'kwun grip' on the cheque

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